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A shipping service restricts the dimensions of the boxes it will ship for a certain type of service. The restriction states that for boxes shaped like rectangular prisms, the sum of the perimeter of the base of the box and the height of the box cannot exceedÂ 130 inches. The perimeter of the base is determined using the width and length of the box. If a box has a height ofÂ 60Â inches and its length isÂ 2.5Â times the width, which inequality shows the allowable widthÂ x, in inches, of the box?

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The scatterplot above shows data for ten charities along with the line of best fit. For the charity with the greatest percent of total expenses spent on programs, which of the following is closest to the difference of the actual percent and the percent predicted by the line of best fit?

7%

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If Mostellerâs and Currentâs formulas give the same estimate for A, which of the following equations is equivalent to the square root of hw?

2(4+w)

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InÂ 1854, during the California gold rush, each ounce of gold was worthÂ $20, and the largest known mass of gold found in California was worthÂ $62,400Â in that year. What was the weight, in pounds, of this mass of gold?Â (16Â ounces=1Â pound)

195 lbs

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No contestant received the same score on two different days. If a contestant is selected at random, what is the probability that the selected contestant received a score ofÂ 5Â on DayÂ 2Â or DayÂ 3, given that the contestant received a score ofÂ 5Â on one of the three days?

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